Saturday, October 11, 2008


Political Investigation Reveals Nothing,
Yet Still Promoted By Democrats and
Liberal Media

The results are in, and... we already knew what the results were: the same old hogwash we were told about by CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, etc.

Journalism ethics are being violated as I speak, as these same outlets are promoting the "Palin Report" as a damaging indictment that is "stinging" Sarah Palin. This is total hogwash.

The report draws an incoherent conclusion from the facts we all know. Contrary to the report, which claims ethics laws were violated, the facts tell another story.

No one was improperly fired - and the report admits that! But it attempts to absolve a state trooper of absurd behavior that embarrassed his colleagues, and would have put him behind bars under Maryland law.

Do you know what CNN, the Obama campaign, and the rest of that gang are defending?

Those Democrats and media are defending the state trooper's right to Taser a 10-year-old boy. That's right, they are saying Gov. Palin was wrong to want a man who Tasered a child off the force. That's change we can believe in?

MSNBC and Rahm Emmanuel, etc. etc. are saying that it was OK for that trooper to make threats of violence against the Governor and her family. They are saying Gov. Palin was wrong to want a man who threatened a sitting governor and her family off the force.

Well, we knew Democrats were weak on crime, but this is a new low.

So, remember each time you hear about the "Palin Report" or "Troopergate" as "damaging" to Sarah Palin, that the liberal speaking is implicitly endorsing the Tasering of children, and defending the use of violent threats against government officials and their families. Is that Change you can believe in?

And remember that Democratic Governor Martin O'Malley had a Maryland man jailed for making similar threats to those made by the Alaska trooper against Governor Palin. Can you say, "double standard?"

It's too late for this kind of garbage, and it only serves to further energize the Republican base and women of all parties to vote for Sarah Palin on November 4. In that respect, this report will be remembered as one of several catastrophic backfires that occurred when Democrats and the media tried to use every dirty trick in the book to discredit Gov. Palin. Their fear is palpable, as Gov. Palin's inspiring example has indeed "changed the game" for not only the campaign, but for young women across the country and around the world.

The "Palin Report" is as credible as the Colbert Report, and the beeping you hear is the trash truck backing up to pick up both.

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